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#8 Via Crucis In Dornes

A cache by Geo Ferreirense Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/23/2012
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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VIA CRUCIS IN DORNES

Via Crúcis (do latim Via Crucis, 'caminho da cruz') é o trajeto seguido por Jesus carregando a cruz, que vai do Pretório até o Calvário. O exercício da Via Sacra, como também é chamada, consiste em que os fiéis percorram mentalmente a caminhada de Jesus a carregar a Cruz desde o Pretório de Pilatos até o monte Calvário, meditando simultaneamente à Paixão de Cristo. Tal exercício, muito usual no tempo da Quaresma, teve origem na época das Cruzadas (do século XI ao século XIII): os fiéis que então percorriam na Terra Santa os lugares sagrados da Paixão de Cristo, quiseram reproduzir no Ocidente a peregrinação feita ao longo da Via Dolorosa em Jerusalém. O número de estações, passos ou etapas dessa caminhada foi sendo definido paulatinamente, chegando à forma atual, de quatorze estações, no século XVI[1]. O Papa João Paulo II introduziu, em Roma, a mudança de certas cenas desse percurso não relatadas nos Evangelhos por outros quadros narrados pelos evangelistas. A nova configuração ainda não se tornou geral. O exercício da Via Sacra tem sido muito recomendado pelos Sumos Pontífices, pois ocasiona frutuosa meditação da Paixão do Senhor Jesus.

Esta reflexão é baseada em quatorze estações ou etapas, em que cada uma apresenta uma cena da Paixão a ser meditada pelo discípulo de Cristo:

  1. Jesus é condenado à morte
  2. Jesus carrega a cruz às costas
  3. Jesus cai pela primeira vez
  4. Jesus encontra a sua Mãe
  5. Simão Cirineu ajuda a Jesus
  6. Verônica limpa o rosto de Jesus
  7. Jesus cai pela segunda vez
  8. Jesus encontra as mulheres de Jerusalém
  9. Terceira queda de Jesus
  10. Jesus é despojado de suas vestes
  11. Jesus é pregado na cruz
  12. Jesus morre na cruz
  13. Jesus morto nos braços de sua Mãe
  14. Jesus é enterrado

Retirado de Wikipédia

Via Crucis (Latin Via Crucis, 'Way of the Cross') is the route followed by Jesus carrying the cross, which goes from the Praetorium to Calvary. The exercise of the Cross, as it is called, is that the faithful mentally traverse the walk of Jesus carrying the Cross from the Praetorium of Pilate to Mount Calvary, while meditating on the Passion of Christ. This year, very usual in time of Lent originated in the Crusades (eleventh century to the thirteenth century): the faithful who then traveled to the Holy Land the holy places of Christ's Passion, wanted to play in the West made the pilgrimage over Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem. The number of stations, steps or stages of this journey was being set up gradually, reaching the present form of fourteen stations in the sixteenth century [1]. Pope John Paul II introduced in Rome, the change of certain scenes of this journey is not reported in the Gospels by other frames narrated by the evangelists. The new configuration has not yet become general. The exercise of the Cross has been highly recommended by Popes, for it brings fruitful meditation on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus.

This reflection is based on fourteen stations or steps, each of which presents a scene of the Passion to be meditated by the disciple of Christ:

  1. Jesus is condemned to death
  2. Jesus carries the cross on his back
  3. Jesus falls the first time
  4. Jesus meets his Mother
  5. Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus
  6. Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
  7. Jesus falls the second time
  8. Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem
  9. Third Fall of Jesus
  10. Jesus is Stripped of His Garments
  11. Jesus is nailed to the cross
  12. Jesus dies on the cross
  13. Jesus who died in the arms of his Mother
  14. Jesus is buried

From Wikipédia

POWER TRAIL

Com este Power Trail tenciono guiar-vos a um dos mais belos recantos do nosso pais e especialmente desta região.

O PT não é circular, na sua totalidade perfaz cerca de 6 km sempre por estrada de asfalto mas dentro da mata. Poderá por isso fazê-lo de carro contudo é bastante aconselhável de se fazer a pé ou de bicicleta pois o terreno é sempre a descer de forma pouco acentuada o que origina um belo passeio.

A envolvente é recheada de locais verdes e alguns locais bons para fazer uma pausa ou merendar por exemplo...

Espero que gostem tanto de fazer este Power Trail como eu gostei de o esconder!!!

Para poderem logar a cache final precisam de ir retirando as combinações que se encontram escritas no logbook. Atenção que nem todas as caches deste Power Trail contem combinações.

Cordenadas Finais:

N 39º 46.ABC

W 008º 16.DEF

With this Power Trail intend to guide you to one of the most beautiful corners of our country and especially in this region.

The PT is not circular in its entirety amounts to about 6 km by road where the asphalt but within the forest. You can do it so the car is however strongly advised to do walk or bike because the terrain is always going down in a very marked and this causes a great ride.

The envelope is filled with local greens and some good places to pause or picnic for example ...

I hope you enjoy making this Power Trail as I liked to hide!

In order to log the cache need to go final by taking the combinations that are written in the logbook. Note that not all caches contain combinations of Power Trail.

Final Coordinates:

N 39º 46.ABC

W 008º 16.DEF


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